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The Rabbi's Girls

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Moving to a new town, the birth of a sister, and the death of her rabbi father make 1923 a bittersweet year for eleven-year-old Carrie Levin.
Paperback, 127 pages
Published February 1st 2002 by HarperCollins Publishers (first published 1982)
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In Carrie’s eleven years, the Levin family has moved six times. Her father’s a rabbi, and they have to go where a congregation needs them. Carrie and her four sisters all hope that this time, they’ll settle down.
Nineteen twenty-three is a year of changes for the Levin’s. In their new home, the whole family is overjoyed at the birth of baby sister. At school, though, being the only Jewish girl in her class is sometimes tough for Carrie. But though good times and bad, even when a terrible tornado
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Johanna Hurwitz is the author of more than 60 children's books. These include RUSSELL SPROUTS, BASEBALL FEVER, PEEWEE'S TALE, SQUIRREL WORLD, MIGHTY MONTY and THE HOT & COLD SUMMER. In addition, she has written several biographies for young readers including ones about Anne Frank and Helen Keller. Her books have won many children's choice awards from states where readers vote for their favori ...more
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